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Upcoming Webinar: The Future of US Privacy Laws

Join us for a look at what’s new for 2024, CCPA consumer rights insights, and help operationalising privacy on 12 March 2024, 9-10am PST

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Balancing Innovation and Privacy: The Push for a Federal AI Data Protection Law

🗣 Recent discussions at the Senate AI Insight Forum, led by Chris Lewis of Public Knowledge, have brought to light a critical issue in the artificial intelligence industry: the need for stringent privacy regulations.

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Insightful CJEU Ruling Sheds Light on GDPR's Scope in Data Identifiability

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered an impactful ruling in Case C-319/22, Gesamtverband Autoteile-Handel v. Scania, shaping the landscape of data protection and vehicle information sharing.

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EDPB's Urgent Binding Decision on the Processing of Personal Data for Behavioral Advertising by Meta

On 1st November 2023, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) announced an urgent binding decision regarding the processing of personal data for behavioral advertising by Meta.

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White House issues Executive Order setting new standards for AI regulation📜

President Biden has taken a stride in ensuring that America takes the forefront in harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) while also addressing its challenges.

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Update on EU's AI Act: EU policymakers Have Proposed Stricter Regulations for High-Risk AI Systems

EU policymakers are planning to have changes to the AI Act, aimed at regulating Artificial Intelligence in a risk-based approach. The core of this legislation is to ensure the safety and protection of fundamental rights when it comes to high-risk AI systems.

In the original proposal, certain AI solutions were automatically categorized as high-risk, but recent discussions introduced exemption conditions to allow AI developers to avoid this classification. However, the European Parliament’s legal office expressed concerns that this approach might lead to legal uncertainty and not align with the AI Act’s objectives.